PRINTING CARDS AT TIME OF MANUFACTURE
Did you know your card bodies are made up of several layers of materials bonded together during the lamination process? And that any of your designs are printed and applied to the outside of the cover layers prior to the clear overlays?
Here at Newbega RFID Technology we guarantee that your cards will be printed to the highest standards; because we know that these cards will be representing you and your organisation out in the field! We want to guide you and share our knowledge so we can ensure your cards are exactly as you wish. We have the ability to programme personalised data inside the card memory using our own encoding facility.
If you want to know more about the different process’ of the printing of your cards read below:
Generally Offset printing is very good at printing detail (such as small fonts and fine objects). It is advised to use Offset Printing where you use screened layouts or four colours (CMYK). With Offset printing colours are less brilliant than Silkscreen printing.
This process should be used for extensive layout elements, because more ink is applied to the printing sheet. This gives a more vibrant feel to the artwork. The disadvantage of more ink is that with bleeding, fine layout elements may disappear, and the printing looks less precise.
Bleeding layouts should generally be printed silkscreen, at least those colours touching the card’s border. Of course, this is only possible if the colours are not screened or CMYK printed.
WE CAN FURTHER PROVIDE YOU WITH A NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL OPTIONS INCLUDING:
Signature Panels | Magnetic Stripes | Hot Foiling | Bar Codes | Photo Identification | Serial/Sequential Numbering